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meridith Michaelsmeridith Michaels ColumbiaMember Posts: 1
edited 28 September, 2008 in Food & Nutrition
Does anyone know if Humas, an organic food for humans is toxic to cats?


  • Nicole ZiembaNicole Ziemba Member Posts: 295
    edited 24 September, 2008
    it has garlic in it so I would say yes, it is bad for cats. I have some in the fridge that I am getting ready to eat...thanks for the reminder! ;)
  • Tina BTina B Vancouver IslandMember Posts: 2,238
    edited 24 September, 2008
    Hi Mi Amore, do you mean "Hummus" if that is what you mean, this product contains alot of garlic and I would advice against it, Garlic can be toxic to cats in large amounts like that.
  • Chanda DeFoorChanda DeFoor Mount AiryMember Posts: 373
    edited 28 September, 2008
    My mommy LOVES hummus, but it's not for kitties. If yours just had a little bite, it probably won't hurt. Some hummus doesn't have garlic, but most does.
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